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plunging how can you invest in its smartphone rival samsung? tracy byrnes and ashley webster have the answers next on fox business. don't miss it. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. tracy: good afternoon, i'm tracy byrnes. ashley: i'm ashley webster. apple falling hard. the stock dropping nearly 12% on fears the company, well, is losing out to smartphone rival samsung. that raises the question how can you invest in samsung? we're looking for options in moments. it is not that easy. tracy: it is not. there is no adr. the odd man out months after nasdaq and i.c.e. teamed up in a failed bid to take over the new york stock exchange, nyse and i.c.e. are going it alone. bob fwri felled shares his reaction with liz claman from davos. that is ahead. ashley: a dire warning from the economy from a top advisor to president bush. ed lazear is here. he says we need to take dressic action right away. nothing happens in washington right away. tracy: unless its hundred of orders, or vacations. tracy: as we do
business exclusive. also, samsung electronics, america president first on fox business, and a store in the music industry, 50 cent. and breaking news regarding boeing. they had problems yesterday, of course today's problem with the fuel leak, you can see these problems are taking a toll on shares of boeing, which are dropping, but also the news of united airlines. the same place affair took place in the japan airlines, the airline according to reuters found improperly installed wiring in electrical proponent associated with celery power unit that this is what the "wall street journal" is reporting, this is also coming from reute reuters, but the ntsb according to the "wall street journal" is reporting that the japan airlines boeing 78 787 suffered severe damage. liz claman standing by in las vegas for the latest on 50 cent and the power players. how are you doing? liz: we are doing so well, we're iweare in the south hall right . if you look around, this is the area they do a lot of audio. the big crowds everywhere, all different kinds of companies, some very well-known, all day long
in tech? i think nature here, apple is looking across at samsung, competing hard with samsung and starting to adopt sam sung's policies and practices and samsung is a broadband, more of a value brand and segment. melissa: looking right now, the market share, what we've seen and it has just been a huge jump. in 2011, samsung's market share was 22% to apple's 13. if you look what happened in 2012, samsung has jumped all the way to 31%, a huge jump. another 10%. meanwhile apple just ticked up two points, to 15. seems like samsung is really eating their lunch and apple should go back to what has worked for them, instead of trying to do this other thing, right? maybe they can't? maybe they're out of ideas? their trademark was amazing innovation. is that gone with steve jobs? >> well, what steve wozniak beliefs, when steve jobs passed a lot of people that created innovation with apple left the company and, but they were there to be with jobs. so the end result, what's left isn't capable of innovating like jobs innovated. the other issue though is recognize that porsche, doesn't compete with mark
the cyberattacks on our nation's banks. connell: the man behind the iphone killer, samsung's chief product officer bringing his plans for the galaxy phone. dagen: a new court ruling on rfid tags at school and why your kids may have to wear them. connell: and more on this vicious flu outbreak is keeping both kids and their parents at home. dagen: don't look at me. i'm saying nothing. you should be appreciate the moment. connell: pretty much -- a lot of people have the flu, huh? that is a rare moment when you're quiet. dagen: do not come to work if you are that sick because i know you will wind up getting it. connell: that's how it spreads around. at the top of the hour we go to nicole petallides for stocks now and every 15 minutes. news on morgan stanley; right? nicole: right, let's take a look at morgan stanley. they are cutting 6% of their workforce. charlie gasparino was the first to report this, but they are going to do some job cuts. we're talking about 1600 jobs within institutional securities. more of the senior employees are probably the ones who will be looked at very closely. half in the
, what is the problem? is samsung coming in and eating up their market share? >> i think it is about a lot of different things. samsung a few years ago was a number two, number three player. this last year it has come to dominate the smartphone face. it is number one seller. look the market share in the last quarter. apple has 14.6% market share. melissa: wow. >> down from 23% and now samsung is the number one maker and shipper of global smartphones, 31.3%. this is all in the third quarter, according to idc. on top of this, this morning, smartphone just adds a trump card onto the mix. 100 million phones of the samsung s-series of smartphones. this took samsung less than three years to get to the 100 million unit mark. it took apple four years to do it. it is not able to compete with samsung in the way, not a one-horse show anymore really. >> i still use an old iphone. i think a 4. i wonder if iphone is saturated. i'm perfectly satisfied. is 5 much more fancier. melissa: i know people go in to get one, it is cheaper. there are more samsung options. you get wooed away from the iphone w
and then there's the samsung galaxy, it leads the iphone in sales and shows on its bottom line. in a three-month period, samsung forecast record profits of more than 8 billion dollars. meanwhile, a new cliff approaches faster than we thought. the government runs out of money on february 15th according to one think tank. so here we go again. a new countdown to disaster. deja vu all over again. "varney & company" is about to begin. what are you doing? nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapr and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my own supplies. that's a great idea. i'm going to go... we got clnts in today. [ male announcer ] save on ground shipping at fedex office. # # >> >> apple may offer a low cost iphone in china the first half of this year from the tech publication digit times. however, the buzz at the consumer electronics show this year is all about samsung. charles payne is with me. i can invest in apple right now instantly. i can't do that with samsung. charles: you can't. there'
from samsung, market share numbers are gaining for samsung, apple losing sales as far as the marketshare goes. doesn't that factor into what we hear from the component makers? >> it does and it doesn't. i haven't identified where the cuts are from. in quarter for apple did 50 million iphones. samsung did somewhere around 18 million galaxy, around 8 million note to mack. they did somewhere around 26 million so apple was approximately double samsung's true competitive area. apple does not compete at the low end or the mid-end, only the high-end. apples to apples comparison, apple is still twice the size. cheryl: one man's treasure is another man's trash. and in that kind of goes to apple and rim right now, a big jump in rim stocks given the component makers seeing a scale back from apple. does rim win? >> it is interesting. look at the universe of beaten down tech companies, hp, dell, nokia, that group has performed remarkably well in the last month. it has been stunning actually. we're seeing portfolio managers and hedge fund managers buy these things on high short inte
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this forward. facing tense competition from apple and samsung. as i really have the product of innovation to keep it competitive. the stock is down about 35 percent over the last 52 weeks. he is now saying that he is shepherding several projects parcel himself. does not get caught up in bureaucracy. does not suddenly fade away. coming out of the tokyo headquarters. a great interview with him and really said, where are the real products that everyone has talked about? we all remember our sony walkman this command. it really being competitive to apple and samsung and such. it certainly seems like he is ready to take sony. liz: the number one question which was right on the money, and now we see, what about the naysayers who really feel like to have not gotten up to the spark elise samsung's of the world and, of course, the apples. you would have had it right here. argue still on the sideline? is it time now for you to get off the sideline to make it into the game, get your hands on the ball? told u.s. trading volume, we thought this the -- this would really articulate. the volume has been o
features. gerri: what about samsung? >> samsung is amazing as well. they have apple and google and facebook. samsung outsold apple's iphone to that one. gerri: times people here think that the iphone is the only thing to buy. but not everybody agrees with that. >> the android is 73% of the global market. the iphone is the minority. gerri: thank you for coming on tonight. we appreciate your time and help. still to come, my "two cents more" on former pesidents. and apple has been tumbling. dangerously close to 52 year lows. find out what happens next. gerri: up gerri: technology stocks making headlines today. in the last segment we told you about facebook's new search feature. investors were not too impressed, they got a lot of attention here. apple and dell. from on the technology doctor, i am joined by gary kaltbaum. i can't help myself. i want to hear what you think about the facebook announcement. we have to start there. >> i think the biggest problem is they set the big media, supposedly it's going to be the end-all, be-all, it's just a little bit better search. now we are going to wait
of an exciting opportunity for people, and do you not then go to samsung which you know are very smart people developing organic led television as well? >> samsung is a wonderful company bringing out wonderful products and i have spent a lot of time with our asian team following samsung that it is easy to underestimate the culture of innovation apple has. we think about the company. the people running apple now are the same folks who help bring out the ipod, iphone, ipad and we'll have more tricks up their sleeve. i expect an apple tv and more screen sizes for the phone and proliferation of the lineup. what could be considered boring is also an attribute for the company when you think about the high repurchasing that people have. you're locked into that ecosystem, you have a 90% repurchase intention and that makes it more of an annuity like business. their prior guest talked about dividends, 2% dividend yield, this is a very stable company with great cash flow. one of the lowest valuations in the entire stock market. liz: there is a rumor out there in a couple of blogs in a couple of articles
: their products are sold in a wide range of phones from the samsung galaxy to the iphone. shibani joshi joins us now. shibani: qualcomm is the number one supplier of wireless chips and we're pleased to be joined by the ceo of qualcomm, thank you for coming on. thank you for being with us today on a very busy, busy day. a very busy week certainly for you. >> thank you for having me with you. shibani: yesterday you gave the keynote at replacing steve ballmer and bill gates. a mobile company is a keynote at a consumer technology show. what does that symbolize in terms of the direction the consumer technology? >> everybody knows a smart phones have become so popular. mobile computing, computing is going mobile so microsoft built the new windows on top of our chips for example, so it is just now we will see it enabling technology. in particular consumer electronics. tvs, game consoles, all those things we traditionally think in consumer electronics. shibani: you are sort of the brains behind that technology. it is sort of the meaning that the horsepower, the engine is the driver for things rather tha
. also samsung's forecast for 2013 capital expenditures that will be very similar to those of 2012. amat, applied materials up over 2%. that group is doing very well. there's been a lot of speculation that maybe samsung would cut the cap ex, but they are not doing that, and that certainly gives these chip equipment stocks a nice bounce here. it just shows that they have a good road ahead of them here for 2013 because demand is hot and high and it pushes these stocks to the upside. back to you. cheryl: nicole, thank you very much. see you very soon. look inside your portfolio right now, open it up right now, get to your computer. the success of the stocks you own depends very much in part on the people leading those companies. ceos with a vision who partake in the world's conversation to learn how to grow and prosper. liz claman is at the global conversation going on right now with one of those ceos. she's in switzerland at the world economic forum. liz: cheryl, we are all very busy here in davos running around but easily one of the top five busiest people is the chairman and ceo of dow c
, but competition is getting, you know, i mman, look at samsung, doing very well, and that's the biggest challenge for apple is beating down the competition? >> they are really the only competitor, is samsung. look at the last few years, apple's grown stronger, samsung grows stronger. nokia is perhaps weaker, and hd is struggling. others did well in certain markets. ashley: looking at the numbers, samsung predicted to carve out 33% chunk of the market this year. that's up. apple shares up, 21% or 20% last year. you're saying, look, there's only two playerings here so there's plenty of food to go around for the competitors? >> yeah, it's a great place. there's only two players in the market in my view, and i think what we'll start to see apple do with the next iphone is that we're going to add colors. ashley: think it could be in the summer perhaps? >> a may or june. ashley: talk of an iphone mini, i don't know if you heard about it, but caters to the noncontract phone operators, $250 range allowing people to get the iphone experience. that's something that's good for apple, do you think? >> so we
to ask you about the competition. we will be hearing from apple tomorrow, overall apple, samsung, can blackberry, can rim compete in this environment? is it all that it is hyped up to be? >> i don't think it can, but the proof will be in the pudding. i think blackberry 10 will represent a significant improvement for the blackberry devices. i think it will mimic in many respects the attributes of the ios and its respective manufactures whether it is apple or samsung. the real question is does it have that extra sizzle to entice customers to come back to the blackberry family? cheryl: absolutely. will they go back to blackberry or stick with athletes. senior research analyst, thank you. >> thank you for having me. cheryl: the path of least resistance is higher. we're sitting at these five-year highs for the major markets, and the dollar is higher, the nasdaq, s&p, the russell all trading to the upside. january seems to be happening. we finally got out of the $92 area. let's go to the floor show. the cme group and of course the nymex standing by at the new york stock exchange in the thic
of blowout quarter we were used in the past. they do face more competition from samsung on the high end. to that extent they need to step up the game a little bit. i think that is the biggest takeaway. david: steve jobs, i know it is unfair to compare him to steve jobs but hey, you have to compare him with his predecessor. steve jobs was always a leader. his products were always leading the market. wasn't so much what was in it. everybody had access to the stuff and chips and everything in it. it was the product he brought forth that was so different that led the market. a lot of people see tim cook as a follower, not a leader. is that a fair or unfair comparison? >> i think that's, i think that could be a fair comparison. certainly each investor has to make their own opinion. i do think it is too early to seal the tim cook legacy based on one quarter miss and certainly a little bit over a year after his death. you know i think innovation can still come back with this company. 47, 48 million units of iphones sales may be a couple million lighter than consensus and not in that range but
for the oleds? >> we already are. we supply glass for use in o leds by small form factor like samsung phones. you saw consumer electronics. we make a glass for them. we have the potential of our willow glass, the ultrathin bendable glass to be used in oleds. we're expecting to see that come. liz: fascinating to watch the glass bend. we could see that you can actually, david, bend it. it is so cool. fascinating to see the ingunt, the american ingupt, -- ingenuity, for a company that has been around. my mom had corning ware. remember the dishs? it morphed into quite the business of the as you look at a global business such as corning, you look at currency fluctuations. analysts are a little concerned about this. you have a very weak yaen and some issues that do face you are these currency fluctuations. how are you hedging? how are you going to manage that? are you going to change your strategy? >> we've always disclosed the impact to the end to our investors and analysts. this doesn't come as a surprise. liz: right. >> i think it was the very sharp weakening of the yen from 80 to 90 in the mon
to start with samsung. it's a great example of how much tv you get for your money. a 650 tv set. it has very good picture. uses the technology called plasma which is the technology that is very beautiful deep blacks, and it's also got -- gerri: typically the criticism of these tvs, is that the blacks were gray. >> very black, and you can see well. the picture is bright from any angle with a plasma set, which is important for something like a super bowl party. everybody can see even if they're in the kitchen getting a drink while there's a touchdown. $650, 51 inches. move up, spend twice as much as that, the lg. the lg, 55 inch set. now, this uses lcd technology which is the most common technology in televisions. really nice and bright,, but not quite as black. this is a very good set. $1200, you add in -- gerri: why does it cost twice as much? >> it's bigger and adds online access. you can go to netflix and so on with this tv set. really a nice performer. additional features that the samsung does not. gerri: pansonic. >> it's the impress your neighbor's set. it's $2500 -- gerri: 3700 >>
" and delicate the winners and losers in the tech world in 2012 from apple to samsung. find that a camel on top and you had things to work on. that's right. stay with us. >> my new year's resolution is to finish my studies, master's program in graduate school. >> when he is the solution is to get in better shape. be a better person [beep] [speaking foreign language] [heart beating] [heartbeat continues] [faint singing] [heartbeat, music playing louder] ♪ i'm feeling better since you know me ♪ ♪ i was a lonely soul, but that's the old me... ♪ announcer: this song was created th heartbeats of children in ed. find out how it can help frontline health workers bring hope to millions of children at everybeatmatters.org. gerri: phase ii for a sneak peek of high-tech gadgets. gerri: well, as we sa goodbye to 2012 and welcome in the new year, "the willis report" is taking a look back at some of the hottest cpanies in the tech world. postal we are giving you a sneak peek of groundbreaking gadgets that could hit store shelves in 2013. should you hold on to getting the iphone five are not? let's as
is the next step? you're 35 different names and brands. everybody from samsung. you're in apple. you're in what else? >> 35 different brands. we are now designed in over a thousand device. for the first time in 2012 we sold over a billion dollars in revenue. >> that's freight. >> terrific milestone for us. fastest business in corning ever to get to a billion dollars. we think the next wave of growth for us started with phones. went to slates. will be notebooks next. these are two examples. lenovo thinkpad. and this is a dell. >> so and it is just specialty glass. >> they're capable. they're touch-enabled. i think what you're going to see a lot of different form factors. the dell for example, you can use this either as a pc or a slate. >> or as slate you can pull that up. you've got the glass contract for that? >> correct. >> i would imagine that is huge? >> correct. the issue with notebooks. you tend to pick them up like this you need strong glass also. a little demo. you always want to break glass. i will let you do that this year. >> i'm obnoxious. i like to do this stuff. >> safet
apple's latest version of the smart phone or tablet. the new buzz out there is samsung, not apple. apple-like hype is building for the samsung galaxy smart phone, a bigger screen, faster speed, longer lasting battery. and launched in may, it was considered the first to meet or exceed. you keep hearing, apple doesn't meet cool anymore, that's samsung. and i wonder if apple is below 500. where are we? >> and the traders are not getting in and out. right at the 498 mark, not far off from 500. i can tell you that ubs says the next 100 point move should be to the upside. you're right, it really hasn't been doing too much. stuart: and the s&p 500, they're at a five-year high and people down there are happy, aren't they. >> they are, right? they're back to the pre-the financial crisis and and then you sell, your overbought. stuart: cheer up, people, there's good news out there. the markets at five-year highs and your 401(k) is looking good, but we're going to poor cold water on it with a poll that says you are not convinced. we'll bring you the opening bell, should be up in a moment. [ male ann
, expensive samsung phones and iphones, but they are going big on that. adam? david: we should also mention by the way that china itself is one of the big untapped markets for qualcomm. a lot of people think that qualcomm was too attached at the hip to apple, and as apple went, so went qualcomm. as we can see right now, clearly not so. go ahead adam. adam: liz was just bringing up one of the things in our research that we have been talking about with them, they have had double digit quarterly growth year over year when you compare q1 last year to the q1 before, double digit. that's pretty good. you know, they're going to get some competition from intel. they are trying to catch up on the smart phone chips. but qualcomm doing very well. david: we should get a clue as to sales outlook for current quarter. analysts are forecasting sales of almost 2 billion, 1.96. as soon as we get those numbers in, adam will report on them. 1.96 is what they were expecting. that was the forecasters number. liz: okay. david: we will get those numbers and bring them to you as soon as we hear what they are. let's
became visably vulnerable and samsung went after its image with a passion and hit. so the end result is this apple is not really being followed by any other vendors anymore. it is not standing alone anymore. the end result it is not as cool as it once was and can't maintain the same valuation as a result. neil: lizzie i disclose, apple shareholder. i own apple stock. don't say anything bad about apple. no, i'm kidding. but i am getting this sense when i talk to people and a lot of people on our staff, they're geeker than you and i will ever be and they actually know what they're talking about when it comes to this stuff and many of them share this view, well apple is getting kind of outhustled on the tech front on innovation an all that stuff. i don't know whether that means outhustled for the time being or whether that is a complete change? >> i think they're getting outhustled. i think what is happening teens, not just teens but baby boomers you know what? the products are elegant. yes, they're cool. what is cool waiting in line for a souped-up version of same old-same old? i'm alw
is on this commission, samsung. i tell you something, whether or not this will get punched through it depends how much the white house is following along with the president's inaugural speech saying that he really does want climate change as a priority. now we've got jay carney the day after the speech saying you know what? climate change may not be a singular priority. take a listen to jay carney? >> you know, it is an important issue. it's a priority but there, it is not a singular priority. it is one of a host of priorities that he believes we can act on if we work together. >> okay. sound like that is kind of getting bury ad little. getting back to the 14 trillion figure, which may be 12 trillion, whatever it is. lori: how did they come to that figure. >> it is above and beyond what they are spending now. the world economy could easily handle $700 billion a year. preempt hurricanes like hurricane sandy. you know whether that can happen remains to be seen. who will foot the bill? maybe investors and taxpayers. melissa: they argue a lot of private funding has to be involved. until it is profitable t
phone. weak demand forces the company to cut orders. samsung is the new kid on the block with the galaxy. find out how apple opens after the upcoming break and congress says that climate change is it here and it's our fault. is a carbon tax coming? yeah, art laffer on that, too, apple may be below 500 bucks a share, we'll tell you. we've got it all. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. omnipotent of opportunity. you know how to mix business... with business. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. you can even take a full-size or above. and still pay the mid-size price. i could get used to this. [ male announcer ] yes, you could business pro. yes, you could. go national. go like a pro. maybe you want to incorporate a business. orrotect your family with a will or living trust. and you'd like the help of an attorney. at legalzoom a legal plan attorney is available in most states with every personalized document to answer questions. get started at legalzoom.com today. and now you're protected. >> we're coming right up on the opening
of diversify their portfolio and in the past a lot of people wrote that off. as they feel pressure by samsung, might be more credence to the rumor this time around. stuart: we feel that the smartphone is the newest-- and selling all over the world a huge deal. primary fight between apple iphone and samsung the galaxy. >> correct. stuart: it looks like in the china market, perhaps the most important market of all, apple wants to get back, not necessarily back on top, but certain a more major player and i hear maybe this new phone, if they do indeed come out with it, could be down to $100 bucks a pop. what are you hearing? >> well, yeah, because there's a lot of pressure on them to, in unsubsidized world we're moving into. if you buy an unlocked phone today, it's $150. when you have carriers t-mobile coming out unlimited plan only for unsubsidized phones that total cost of ownership is important. if apple does come out with a low cost phone it can't just be cheaper, they're going to have to differentiate whether it's in terms of color or design or even like, hooking up into new trends like wear
into an industry dominated by apple's iphone and samsung galaxy. rim is changing their corporate name to blackberry. the stock will be trading under the ticker symbol bbry. the earnings come as boeing dreamliner plane has been grounded. this latest from the fox business network giving you the power to prosper. tracy: brand-new exclusive video shows a new jersey hospital on how health reform can make more money for doctors not admitting patients. liz macdonald, you found a great story. >> a video spoof made by the moorestown medical center, they're a member of health reform to a cannibal care organization. you will hear the term aco. when you listen to the lyrics you understand how the health reform bill will basically create cost savings that go back to the hospital doctors and the federal government. let's take a listen. >> build it for all the right reasons. aco. sharing the savings and practices sure seems fair. as long as we follow the policy set down by medicare. >> what that refers to is the government's center for medicare and medicaid services. we spoke with staffers at the hospital, here's
are against samsung and apple are in a world of hurt. stuart: we are going to follow your tweets and put them on a banner at the bottom of the screen. you are never away from the job. you will be on "varney and company" constantly. lucky you. >> inside the event tweeting. stuart: good to see you. another good news/bad news scenario for your money. the good news is the market hitting record levels and more of you are investing in it. the bad news, more baby boomers are taking care of their adult children and their own elderly parents at the same time and draining their 401(k)s to pay the bills. we have more on what we will call the sandwich generation at the top of the hour. let's see where chesapeake energy is trading? charles always says watch stock when the ceo stepped down. the ceo stepped down at chesapeake. where is the stock? nicole: charles is right on the money at this one. so many stocks, it is up 10% today. the question was whether or not he and the board had different psychological abuse for the company. now it seems unanimous that they will not sell off the company, at least asset
. getting close. and for weeks, we've been talking about apple. losing its cool to samsung, now, the wall street journal has caught on. check out the headline from the journal, came out over the weekend, has apple lost its cool to sam sunk? there's the quote. i've got two big stories for you coming from overseas that we're following for you this morning. i'm sorry, i wanted to go for-- to apple, i'm sorry, i'm confusing everybody here. apple, pre-market, where are we, nicole? >> closed at 439 and change, the wall street journal must be watching "varney & company," they're looking down again. stuart: we've got it. 437 roughly on apple at the open and now i do have the two big stories we're following for you, overseas stories, first off, israeli sources tell the times of london that an explosion last week has extensive damaged iran's photo nuclear facility and used to enrich uranium. the israeli government is looking at reports it trapped 200 workers inside the facility and massive structural damage. iran denies the report and says it's quote, western propaganda designed to influence upcomi
. they are in a wait and see mode. apple now is competing so heavily against samsung and samsung baby cooler than apple. you know how it goes. there it is out for 50.72. we talk about the fact that not too far off the unchanged line. procter and gamble is up there as well. on the downside, alcoa and bank of america are two names that are weighing. connell: thank you, nicole. dagen: he already introduced him. connell did. charles payne. he is ready to make you some money this hour. i did not craft this segment. charles: you like those rvs. i finally went on a vacation. i took an rv from here to alabama. i insisted on the biggest one they had. it was huge. i did not know what i was doing. i got pulled over and he told me to "pick a lane." [ laughter ] charles: you almost feel like you are changing the stock. longer-term, this stock has been as high as $95. it is worth chasing. the market share gains were absolutely phenomenal. across the board, everywhere you look. they gain market share everywhere across the board. over all, they have gained market share. the gross margin, they reported 10.7% from 6.4%
on the latest move, thank you very much. samsung will see record profits in the port quarter up 89% from last year and the fifth quarter in a row, success largely fuelled by demand for the galaxy tablet and smart phone. the company sells 500 and set a minute. in an everett to compete with samsung apple is said to be working on a cheaper version of its iphone 5 to be sold in china and other emerging-market. sources said a unit will have a large display and revamped design released at the end of this year. speaking of gadgets, it is the largest new product show of the year, consumer electronics show in las vegas. we are live for the biggest players in town. shibani joshi has the first-ever north american television interview with sony's new president and ceo and liz claimant with verizon's chairman and ceo, a first on fox business interview. as we go to great take a look at oil, down slightly, tight trading range for oil, $92.98. we will be right back. at a dry cleaner, we replaced people with a machine. what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? hello? hello?! if your bank doesn't
this is a great operating platform, turn things around for rimm and with samsung with market share percentage wise. shibani: and the stuff that isn't here yet. that's the bigger issue, we know what you can do, give me a trick we haven't seen before and we're not sure we're going to see that trick. bill: an actual apple television versus for 99 bucks. >> we know it is coming. what else is out there like an ipod or iphone that we haven't been able to put our arms or minds around can the company invent. people are doubtful. bill: cheryl: thanks. sandra smith, a lot of nerves around many of these companies? >> google will be a major focus here. of course google the king of all search engines. it will kick things off tomorrow, google is one of the stocks that is in the 700 club, trading at over $700 a share. maybe not for long. if you look at the tail end of that chart there, or just a year-to-date chart will show this. since january 11th this stock has been on the decline. it has taken a serious fall. there is a lot of concern about the progress of its mobile business. that will be the focus of this e
now have 28 minutes to go. you heard of the iphone, droid and samsung galaxy but what is the one cell phone millions are using that you might not even be aware of? we will find out. paul jacobs, president and ceo of qualcomm, that interview is next from davos. look, if you have copd like me, you know it can be hard to breathe, and how that feels. copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms by keeping my airways open for 24 hours. plus, it reduces copd flare-ups. spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that does both. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye drops. stop taking spiriva and seek immediate medical help if your breathing suddenly worsens, your throat or tongue swells, you get hives, vision changes or eye pain, or problems passing urine. other side effects include
. samsung has the cool power right now. a lot of competitors are coming out with very cool phones. if you are the tech guy, you are leading the way. you are looking for the newest and best and brightest thing that is out there and apple hasn't given us anything. neil: we are talking about a lot of advanced products. the new big thing is somethingnw that i may not hear about. >> well, i think the what wenize have to recognize about apple -a i'm not talking about apple tv. i'm talking about the version four. the one where they actually -- let's just work this out for a second. [talking over each other] [talking over each other] >> there is a point in time when you were going to watchady everything, you know, on the internet ready phones. kille tv is a step in that direction. tnk apple killed music. neil: i don't think they'rental killing, i think they are maiming. >> i think they sell a phenomenal product.omenal i don't think anyone listeningu have t to disagree with that. and but there will come a time when you look at have to look at the stock and say it is expensive. they are going to ha
qualcomm, the past four months we have had a patent war with samsung and apple. now they are mortal enemies the only other entity could scale up a huge roll upfor the next apple iphone would be intel. do you expect in the next year, 2013, that iphones will have intel chips inside? >> so, you know, our, our policy in this is, that we never talk about a customer design win until they go to talk about it particularly in the phone space. when i look back at 2012 we were not in any phones when we started the year. today we're in seven phones shipping across 20 different companies. people expected once we got into the space we would have leadership in terms of performance. where we surprised people we also have leadership in the terms of power efficiency of our silicon and i think we're in a great position to build on it from here. i also want to say i don't think it moves the needle from the standpoint of revenue in 2013 but we have design momentum that is gathering. we want to build on that as we work our way through the year. liz: will your smartphones move the needle in 2014 do you think? at
, folk ya will continue to face intense competition from names like samsung and apple, but so far so good for them for the latest sales numbers that we've been seeing. i would keep a close eye on apple in particular as we talk about the cheaper iphone on the way, particularly for china, so that'll be something we'll continue to follow. back to you. cheryl: all right. we'll be talking about that this hour as well. thank you, nicole. well, pox office sales set a new record of almost $11 billion in 2012, so how do you cash in on the success? well, it's kind of a second derivative play on movies. david brain, epr properties ceo and president, joins me now for a fox business exclusive. what you were doing, basically, is making a big play on movie theaters and complexes, big chunk of your fund. has it been working out for you? >> it's been working very well. we've been making this play in movie theaters for 15 years now, since the dawn of the megaplex theater all through the last decade plus, and it's done very well. box office set a record this year, but that's the eighth year since the turn o
'm a little bit concerned about their ability to continue to dominate in the way they have with samsung and these other companies at their heels now. sandra: hank you are pretty much positive on equities across the board which means i can assume that you probably like technology. with all this news on apple's decline and dell's big pop today on all the speculation, where do you fall in the tech sector? >> well, look, first of all, we prefer companies that pay a dividend, so apple falls right into that. dell does not. we do own apple. we purchased apple shortly after they initiated their first dividend. and we like apple both for the intermediate and long-term and believe the story is intact. this is a secular growth area, talking about smart phones and tablets and apple is going to be a major part of this growing pie. sure, they have competition. but the best part about apple is compared to tech, let's say, in the late 90s is there's no valuation headwind. valuation at 10 times earnings, there abouts, even maybe a little bit less, is not a headwind to this stock. so we think you can com
? or is this sell on the news? is this a product that won't be competitive to samsung and apple and the like? here it is down 9.5%. this stock this morning was trading as high as 16.62. this was so much anticipation. in that hour right after the 10:00 a.m. hour you saw the extreme drop-off. we were up 5%. and now seeing it down 10%. also the other thing we should talk about is the volume. volume today is approaching 200 million shares. that's a nine year high, heavy volume on blackberry today. back to you. liz: look what i brought, nicole. i brought my current blackberry because you and i are the same. we can't let go of these guys. that's my current one. all right. it's pretty -- relatively new. but i have saved mine from 2001. look at how thick this thing is. nicole: does it have the roller on the side? liz: i have it right here. nicole: liz, you know, you and i are, we are destined to be great friends. big buttons, love it, never dies. if you drop it, the screen doesn't crack like the iphone. that's a great product too, the iphone. liz: it weighs a pound and a half. thank you nicole very much.
. liz: they are on a lot of altered books are ready. you said you are using a samsung galaxy. >> microsoft has the surface which is quite nice. it gives you the benefit of a tablet, but it also gives you the benefit of a pc because without a keyboard. it gives you the best of both worlds. liz: your wife that she is not letting your kids use apple products. >> well, they never ask. [ laughter ] >> it would be interesting if they did ask. they love their windows phones and windows pcs. lori: come on. [talking over each other] dennis: you are not included in the conversation. melissa: you have to love liz claman for asking that. keep it right here on fox business as liz claman talks to -- at 3:00 p.m. eastern. lori: i think they are hiding him under the bed. [ laughter ] lori: as we do every 15 minutes, nicole petallides on the new york stock exchange. nicole: obviously, this is all related to what they do as a business. the stock, which was initially looking like it would be priced 18-$22. about it right now. a whopping gain of over 30%. it was established back in 1986. we shou
earnings report and samsung reporting a record profit today. so, where is apple? $450 a share, barely budging after a 12% drop yesterday. now, move on to look at boeing. u.s. safety regulators say they're nowhere near finishing the investigation into that battery fire on the dreamliner, and it's still grounded, but boeing is holding. and i'm not going to call it a door stopper stock, it's holding at 75. back to nicole, tell me what's going on with starbucks. >> i was trying to see how much i paid for these things now, too. okay, here is the point. the point is, starbucks people, in america, in asia, the higher traffic, higher sales, offset any costs that starbucks faces and they come out with profits, and it's up 4 1/2% and looking to see how much i'm paying, 2.50. and this drink was like 5 1/2 bucks. stuart: okay. >> and just, this is what i'm saying, they're so expensive, for people go, people go. stuart: it's so expensive, but you keep on going, don't you. >> yeah, i like the chocolate, i like the caffeine, helps me get through the morning and be on fox business network and nail it
people buy the galaxy and samsung galaxy and other phones is the cost. >> this is one way of getting around it. we don't have any reason to believe it may come here. they're testing it in really important market. if it works well it could sort of counterbalance all of the criticisms we've been talking about the last few months that apple products are just too expensive. they're for high-end customers. this allows people in different demographics to buy them. we'll see. lori: we'll see for sure. shibani, thank you. tracy: i think it is good idea. i would go on installment plan, and keep my money in my own pocket. >>> admit. you probably snuck a paper clip or two from work. i'm addicted to binder clips. every bag in my house has binder clips. lori: i know what i get you for christmas. tracy: or legal will call me any minute. a woman who worked in prominent law firm has been indutied by a state grand jury for stealing wait for it, $376,000 in copy machine toner. lori: a lot of instaed fingers. tracy: according to the district attorney's office for two years the worker ordered more copy
are looking really good, beating their own estimates so this faces intense competition from samsung and other names in the same realm but up 16.5% so this is a huge. stuart: wife and microsoft? microsoft -- stop laughing. microsoft buys software that goes to the phone which is selling well. nicole: what is it doing? stuart: i am looking. nicole: it is up 0.4. full disclosure, stuart varney owns microsoft shares. stuart: anyone who watches this program knows very well i am a long-suffering microsoft shareholder. look at that. up $0.10. there is a rally. there are conflicting reports regarding how walmart is involved in the gun control discussions. at the white house are they meeting with the vice president or the attorney general? regardless, walmart is involved. joining us is kim carney from the washington examiner. walmart is involved in these discussions about gun-control and gun policy going forward. what does the administration want from walmart? >> an administration official told the washington post earlier this week or last week that is a no wal-mart stands to benefit from a restriction
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